Ardnamurchan Distillery, part of Adelphi Distillery Ltd, is Scotland's most westerly mainland distillery. Their main market is the UK, but it is also sold in 27 other markets, across the world. Adelphi Distillery have demonstrated a clear commitment to sustainability, integrating a suite of technologies and best practice to minimise their environmental impact while generating economic and wider social benefit for the community of Ardnamurchan peninsula.
AES Solar manufacture and install solar energy systems for domestic and commercial customers across the UK. They have a proven track record, having been delivering solar energy systems for more than 40 years, and are the only UK manufacturer of flat plate solar thermal collectors.
Based in Wishaw, Beauty Kitchen are suppliers of natural and sustainable beauty products to well-known high street stores across the UK. In a bid to minimise packaging and to pioneer change towards a circular economy, Beauty Kitchen have developed a Return, Refill, Repeat (RRR) system where consumers can send back their packaging, which is in turn washed and reused.
Brewster Bros is a family business specialising in sustainable resource management for the construction industry. Their Livingstone based, state-of-the-art recycling plant, processes construction, demolition and excavation (CDE) waste into industry standard recycled aggregates and other recycled products.
Cedeco have developed an innovative method of securing offshore wind turbines during installation. This started when ScottishPower Renewables launched an innovation competition in 2018: they were looking for alternatives to grouted foundations for offshore wind turbines.
The Edinburgh Remakery is an innovative environmental social enterprise with a mission to reduce waste through the power of repair and reuse. Based on the principles of the Circular Economy, their work helps create the critical cultural shift needed in Scotland, where what is perceived as “waste” is recognised as a valuable resource.
Forest Carbon is an environmental consultancy which brings carbon finance to land managers to drive ecosystem restoration in the UK. This work is supported by individuals, households and businesses who purchase these impacts as certified carbon credits from new woodland planting or peatland restoration projects.
Heron Bros Ltd. are an award-winning construction and property development company which operates in Scotland and throughout the UK, Ireland, and Europe. Their vision is to be a contractor and developer of choice by delivering responsible business practices, applying circular construction principles and operating as a NetZero emission company.
The Hideaway was purposely designed and built to make a minimum footprint in its construction, lifetime use and eventual deconstruction. Built using natural, local and plentiful materials, namely wood, straw, stone, mud, clay and lime, and furnished using repurposed and recycled materials, it is a true eco home including its off-grid water, 100% renewable energy and on-site sewage treatment.
Kirsty Maguire Architect Ltd are an architecture practice delivering zero carbon, low energy, high performance, high comfort buildings, both in the UK and abroad. All the work is rooted in Passivhaus design. Their work ranges from undertaking full architectural services to providing specialist Passivhaus consultancy to other design teams and they deal both with new build and retrofit.
Polycrub started as a community growing project run by the Northmavine Community Development Company, supported by the Climate Challenge Fund. They initially built 12 undercover growing spaces across Northmavine. However, demand for the spaces soared and they now supply these nationally and internationally.
Saltire Roofing & Building Ltd, based in Edinburgh, is a multi-trade company that makes a difference. They pride themselves on being first for customer care and guarantee delivery of a high quality, superior service to both domestic and commercial clients.
The Scottish Leather Group demonstrates the belief that leather can be produced in an environmentally responsible manner, and substantial investment in this belief over the past decade has made the group the most modern and environmentally efficient leather manufacturer in the world.
Improvements at Loch Spelve Fish Farm, Mull - Salmon farms rely on diesel generators to power all the equipment necessary for feeding, lighting, aeration and monitoring of the sites. Scottish Sea Farms have now trialled a newly developed hybrid system which combines diesel and battery power.
Select Scotland Tours are a team of professional tourist guides, accredited through the Scottish Tourist Guides Association, the World Federation of Tourist Guides, and the Federation of European Tourist Guides. They specialise in small group, bespoke tours for overseas, primarily North American, visitors.
Headquartered in Scotland, Sulmara is a business that operates around the globe, carrying out underwater surveying for the offshore energy and communications sectors. Their work has supported the preparation, installation and maintenance of windfarms in a number of locations.
Tennent Caledonian is Scotland’s largest brewer and drinks’ distributor and is also Scotland’s oldest business: brewing at Wellpark can be traced back to the 1100s. Their bestselling lager is made with the finest Scottish malted barley and fresh Highland water, from Loch Katrine. Tennent’s is available in 60 countries including the US, Canada, Australia and Italy.
Total Homes is a circular business which helps property owners, including numerous housing associations and registered social landlords, to prepare properties for new tenants. They provide cleaning, and house clearance and removal services for furniture, fixings, and bulk household waste, which allows them to save goods from landfill and re-use, recycle or upcycle them.
WEEE Scotland has a growing range of services, finding innovative solutions to the problem of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). The business works to extend the life of these products through repair, refurbishment, remanufacturing, reuse, recycling and treatment processes.